Mobridge (Lakota: Kȟowákataŋ Otȟúŋwahe; lit. "Over-the-River Town") is a city in Walworth County, South Dakota, United States. The population was 3,465 according to a 2010 census.
4 based on 7 reviews
The service here is fast and helpful, especially in the drive thru. The food is typical fast food, with extra fresh fries and good salads and chicken. The blizzards are a favorite of ours for a mini treat size that is guilt free and just enough to satisfy any sweet tooth craving. The place is clean and has a good bit of seating for such a small establishment.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
We held a Memorial Service for my Mom and they were wonderful at catering it for us. Also had a chance to have breakfast with them and it was very good. Can't beat this!!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Full service Coffee shop featuring Highlander Grogg as our house coffee, lattes, cappuccinos, Breves and frappes. Happy Hour 7am till 8:30, All drinks 1/2 price. Full service florist, Over 100 years experience between us. Fresh, silks, green plants, funerals and cemetery flowers, Weddings in silk or fresh.
I have had coffee here a couple of times and honestly it's the best in town. I haven't ordered flowers from them but they do appear to have a nice selection and decent pricing. I would definitely visit here again.Thank you for visiting, Come see us again soon!
4 based on 17 reviews
Ate pizza, salad bar, fried chicken and ice cream.
My two favorite pizzas on the buffet were the veggie pizza (which included green olives) and the Tuscan pizza. The taco pizza was good but did not care for the hot sauce.
Salad bar had a good selection of toppings available and the veggies were fresh and tasty.
The fried chicken was a bit greasy but overall tasted like Mom's fried chicken. The mashed potatoes were a bit on the cool side.
Dessert pizza and soft serve ice cream was available.
3.5 based on 33 reviews
A group of 7 after church. Six of us had the Sunday lunch buffet and my wife had a chicken wrap.
Service was prompt, friendly and efficient. Food was average without being anything to get excited about. Very limited (2) dessert choices though the trifle was nice. Plenty of options to choose from on the menu.
Some of the water glasses were anything but clean so check first.
4 based on 6 reviews
Nice that it's with the Wrangler Inn as we didn't feel like driving anywhere. Depending on where you sit, you can see the river. The food was good but in hindsight, I wish I had just gotten the salad bar - they had an awesome Italian soup the night we were there. The sirloin we had was flavorful. I made the mistake of ordering the asparagus spears - they're out of season and tasted that way. Our waitress was nice/attentive.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
The name "supper club" is a bit overstated. The ambience is more like an open meeting room with dim lighting. The prices are reasonable. The daily special we ate was as described. The meals arrived relatively quickly, but the other service was a bit desultory. If I stayed in Mobridge in the future, it wouldn't be because I couldn't wait to get back to this restaurant again. On the other hand, it met our basic needs.
3.5 based on 8 reviews
Stopped here after a late football game. The manager was extra nice and they stayed open late for us to eat. This is a typical Burger King but the staff was friendly.
3.5 based on 5 reviews
Arrived in Mobridge, SD and decided to go to a restaurant that was away from all of the hotels. Ricks is on Main Street downtown. The restaurant is pretty non-descript with a small bar. I order a cheeseburger because the waitress said it would take only about 5 minutes. I remained at the bar and drink a beer. I watched to cook in the kitchen and was a little concerned when I observed the cook constantly reaching down and eating food while cooking. He wore no gloves even though he was handling the food tickets. Twenty minutes later I cheeseburger finally arrived to go. I had asked to have the cheeseburger dressed, but was told that a dressed burger was not what I order. So, the beacon cheeseburger was just that, a hamburger, with cheese and two small pieces of beacon.
When I got to my hotel and opened the cheeseburger I found it to be so burned that around the outside was charred that it had started to curled, while the middle was still uncooked. I called to complain and was told that no one has ever complained about the cheeseburger. And, I was basically dismissed.
This is my first visit to Mobridge, SD, but if I ever return I certainly choose somewhere other than Ricks to eat!
4 based on 2 reviews
For the better, the boarded up Yellow Sub is now the new Peppers Mexican Restaurant with new owners and a renovated dining area. The menu is budget friendly, with good sized portions at lunch that could easily be dinner portions. The food is quite good, except for the house salsa which has heat but is bland in flavor, like it needs some salt and citrus to get the party started. There is a bar here, but it wasn't that kind of lunch... so no opinion except that a $6 margarita was tempting. We will be back and recommend it as a better option than most of the over-priced options in town for a casual lunch or dinner spot for singles, couples, or families. The interior is very casual and sparse but also clean and mostly new.
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